Duke of Kent opens new school facilities

ST ANDREW’S School played host to a royal visitor, when the Duke of Kent officially opened the school’s latest development project.

The duke unveiled a plaque to commemorate the development project, with the headmaster and the chairman of governors, Major General James Gordon CBE

The visit began with introductions followed by a tour of the new food technology room, with the opportunity for the duke to speak with a number of the pupils to discover what this new facility means to them. The children delighted in sharing their cooking skills, showing some of their culinary efforts.

The tour included a classroom visit to see a lesson in progress, as well as stopping by the school’s new library before heading to The Little Field Theatre – a new building complete with retractable seating, flexible rehearsal space and state-of-the-art lighting and sound.

The duke unveiled a plaque to commemorate the development project and formally named The Little Field Theatre and The Duke of Kent Building.

For more pictures get the 17 October edition of the News & Mail

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